Action Research programs to increase coordination and motor control in the mentally retarded people, United States.
Kansas United States USA Date:1975 Duration:5 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
Action Research programs for the mentally retarded. Programs to increase muscle coordination and motor control. A handicapped boy walks back and forth on a strip of wood kept between two rows of chairs. A woman standing nearby observes. Mentally retarded children in wheelchairs play with a ball around a table. A blue doormat on a floor. Mentally retarded children in their wheelchairs go around it. A man assembles a machine. Another man sitting nearby watches him. A retarded boy drives a vehicle. A retarded woman washes hair of another woman in a saloon. Mr James R Lent, Research Assistant at Parsons Research Center, Kansas talks about a program to help the retarded to appear normal. In front of a mirror an instructor arranges rollers in the hair of a girl. Mr Lent points at the blackboard behind him and explains about the program. A woman teaches a retarded girl to iron. A sample book on a stand in front of the instructor. Mr Lent shows a sample book. Several mentally retarded children stand in a row near a wall. A researcher near them. Debra near a plunger machine. The needle of the machine records on a paper. Close view of machine.
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